Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Thank You


......thank you Eirlys
The gift of a dozen of your free range eggs ( all be them from a huge barn) was a lovely gesture today.
I gave you a hug which threw you slightly!
But it made my day
I miss my hens

19 comments:

  1. when can your hens come home?

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  2. Another blog said they found 2 ? chickens with the flu.
    So sorry
    I love to read about your, Weaver, Gill, Denise chickens. Makes me happy to read their adventures.

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  3. It's hard to picture you without your chickies.

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  4. Once I retire I keep telling my self I need some laying hens.
    But there a lot I want to around the place I retire.
    Coffee is on

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  5. I got a really lovely gift from my sister in law today....a single small egg...the first her hens have produced this year...

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  6. Good luck for tomorrow morning ..

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  7. I wondered how your hens were doing. I had a look at the news on avian flu in Europe and it looked quite serious. Then your comment to anne marie ... I'm sorry things aren't going well.

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  8. We buy our eggs from an elderly gent' at market each Saturday. For the past few weeks EVERY single one has been a double yolker!

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  9. Any of those fresh eggs fertile?

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  10. Who is looking after your hens & do you see them ?
    Beware of bear hugs... a dear elderly customer at the green grocers told me the owner's husband who works there on Saturdays gave her such a hug he cracked one of her ribs. She's like a little bird herself & very delicate.

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  11. Dear Eirlys,
    Next time please put the eggs in sausage meat jackets with golden breadcrumbs.
    Regards,
    Jonny Gray
    (Scotland RU lock forward)

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  12. Our hens are shut in and they hate it.

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  13. Little things make big differences

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  14. Aren't your girls laying and if they are couldn't you go up and collect the eggs? Ours are back to laying again with the longer days, even though they are getting a bit p*ssed off with still being under cover.

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  15. Got a feeling our hens will be enclosed for much longer than the end of February restrictions. Mine are missing being able to destroy the garden!

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  16. So nice. Hugs are so cultural... and living in Southern Spain after living around the USA has made me very confused. Here, we hug. I've gotten so used to it that I hug there, too. It doesn't always go over the same!

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